Los Angeles mansion collapsed, residents tied with cable ties when their home was ransacked

Two house sitters were reportedly handcuffed by three masked armed robbers who ransacked a million dollar mansion in Los Angeles’ San Fernando Valley on Wednesday night.

The women work for a social media influencer who was in New York at the time. The homeowner also shares custody of a child with a well-known record producer who has worked with celebrities like Beyoncé, according to FOX 11 in Los Angeles.

Investigators said it was likely a deliberate break-in as winding roads led to the house and believe that one of the suspects could pick a lock to get inside as there was no evidence of violent injury.

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The homeowner was able to call the Los Angeles police after the victims contacted her on her ring doorbell camera.
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The women said they were woken at gunpoint by the suspects who ordered them to go to the ground and tie their wrists with zip ties.

The suspects forced the victims to the ground and handcuffed their wrists before ransacking the house.

The suspects forced the victims to the ground and handcuffed their wrists before ransacking the house.
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While the suspects took their cell phones and the house had no landline, the victims were able to reach the New York homeowner on the ring doorbell camera after the suspects left. The homeowner then called the police, FOX reported 11.

There was no precise description of the robbers.

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The attack comes after several other high-profile home invasion attacks, home thefts and thefts of stores across the state, including a Beverly Hills break-in that killed Jacqueline Avant, the wife of a famous music manager, in early December.

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